Tyler Bray has decided to forego his senior season with the Tennessee Volunteers and declare himself eligible for the 2013 NFL Draft in April. According to many NFL scouts, Bray finds himself anywhere from the fourth to the ninth best quarterback prospect in the upcoming draft class, as of right now, considering which other players at his position have already announced they will enter the draft.
Normally, you would say that would be good enough to make yourself eligible, but Bray may be making a big mistake by leaving Tennessee early. He has been rather inconsistent, especially in key moments of big games. In 2012, in a season which saw the Vols finish 5-7 and once again bowl ineligible and also led to the firing of head coach Derek Dooley, Bray completed 268-of-451 passes [good for just 59.4 percent] with 34 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.